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  2. CABLE MESSAGES. THE QUEENSLAND DEFENCE FORCE.

    Captain H. C. Chads, of the South Staffordshire Regiment of Infantry, has accepted the appointment of adjutant of the volunteer branch of the Queensland ...

    Article : 39 words
  3. The Advertiser MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1892.

    ELECTORAL reform is among the most incandescent of the burning questions of the day both in Victoria and New South Wales. Its prominence is a testimony to the influence wielded by Sir George Grey, ...

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  4. CABLE MESSAGES. LABOR TROUBLES.

    The strike among the operatives in the various establishments at Newcastle-onTyne continues. The merchants, in an interview with the labor leaders, have ...

    Article : 157 words
  5. CABLE MESSAGES. GENERAL BOOTH.

    The return of General Booth, of the Salvation Army, from his extended tour in South Africa, the Australasian colonies, and India, has been celebrated with great ...

    Article : 137 words
  6. CABLE MESSAGES, PRINCE BISMARCK.

    The King of Saxony, the King of Wurtemburg, and many of the grand dukes and princes of the German Empire, have presented liberal contributions to ...

    Article : 53 words
  7. CABLE MESSAGES. THE EARL OF EINTORE.

    Lieutenant £. Milner, of the Second Battalion of the Scots Guards, has been appointed aid-de-camp to the Earl of Kintore, Governor of South Australia, in ...

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  8. THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF CLARENCE.

    The simultaneous sudden deaths of the Duke of Clarense and Cardinal Manning—the one is early manh ood, the other at the close of a long and well-spe[?]t life—have swept into ...

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  9. AUSTRALIAN HEAT TRADE.

    Mr. K. B. Wise, of Sydney, who is visiting London, has made arrangements on behalf of the Pastoral and Finance Association for the export of frozen meat ...

    Article : 99 words
  10. THE LATE HERR LOHMANN.

    The German Emperor has sent a message to the relatives of the late Herr Lohmann, manager and director of the Nord-Deutscher line, condoling with them ...

    Article : 58 words
  11. THE ANARCHISTS IN SPAIN.

    Despite the vigilance and determination of the Spanish Government to check the propagation of Socialist opinions, the leaders of the movement for bringing ...

    Article : 97 words
  12. GREEK AFFAIRS.

    The finances of Greece are in a strained condition, and the Ministry have announced their intention to increase the taxes as the only alternative to ...

    Article : 35 words
  13. Review in Hyde Park.

    The demonstations held yesterday in celebration of the return of General Booth to London included a mass meeting of Salvationists in Hyde Park. There ...

    Article : 76 words
  14. Resumption of Work at the Factories.

    The factory hands on strike at Newcastle have resumed work excepting those belonging to Messrs. Cameron & Co.'s factory, where non-unionists were taken ...

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  15. FRANCE AND RUSSIA

    It is authoritatively denied in St. Petersburg that the dispatch of a Russian fleet to Cherbourg is contemplated in return for the recent visit of the French fleet to Cronstadt. ...

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  16. THE PEARL MYSTERY.

    Mrs. Osborne has been committed by the Police Court bench to stand her trial for perjury in connection with her statements in the recent libel action brought by ...

    Article : 58 words
  17. THE WOOL DITTIES IN AMERICA.

    The Committee of Ways and Means in the United States House of Representatives have reported in favor of the free admission of wools. The Bill introduced ...

    Article : 49 words
  18. THE REVOLT IN BRAZIL.

    The revolution in Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil, has extended to the seaport town of Santos, 34 miles south-east of Sao Paulo, and in conflicts between the ...

    Article : 48 words
  19. MR. RUDYARD KIPLING.

    It is announced that Mr. Rudyard Kipling, the well-known litterateur, and his wife (nee Miss Caroline Balestier) are about to sail for Samoa on a visit to Mr. ...

    Article : 53 words
  20. Colliery Strike in Wales.

    The enginemen employed at the collieries in Wales have struck through a reduction of wages enforced, it is alleged, in violation of an agreement. ...

    Article : 31 words
  21. URUGUAY.

    Further intelligence relative to ;the revolt of the troops in the garrison of Monte Video, a fortified seaport in the Republic of Uruguay, states that the ...

    Article : 54 words
  22. QUEENSLAND FINANCE.

    The Economist attributes the fall of Queensland stocks to the rupture between the Government of the colony and the Bank of England, and advises the ...

    Article : 79 words
  23. The Dispute in the Factories.

    Although the factory hands are stated to have resumed work at Newcastle reports speak of continued friction arising from the refusal of the employers to ...

    Article : 70 words
  24. FLYING MACHINES.

    Mr. Shaw, a mechanician of Coventry, is reported to have completed the manufacture of a flying machine with pinions measuring 24 ft. from point to point. The ...

    Article : 40 words
  25. THE UNIVERSITY BOATRACE.

    Owing to the usual date of the Oxford and Cambridge University boatrace falling within the prescribed period of mourning for the late Duke of Clarence ...

    Article : 49 words
  26. THE PRIZE RING.

    It Las been arranged that John L. Sullivan and Peter Maker will meet in New Orleans in August next for a purse of £7,000. ...

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  27. Threatened Stoppage of the Mines.

    The colliery proprietors at Newcastle are storing the coal taken from the mines in apprehension of an extension of the strike of coalporters to other branches of ...

    Article : 70 words
  28. THE SIBERIAN RAILWAY.

    Intelligence from St. Petersburg announces that the group of French capi- talists who in April last proposed to construct a portion of the great Siberian ...

    Article : 62 words
  29. THE EUROPEAN TARIFFS.

    The negotiations begun between the Governments of Italy and Switzerland for the establishing of reciprocal trade relations have proved abortive, and Swiss ...

    Article : 43 words
  30. Denial from Sullivan.

    J. L. Sullivan denies having arranged a match with Peter Maher for a purse of £7,000. The proprietors of the Olympic Club ...

    Article : 41 words
  31. COLONIAL APPEAL CASES.

    Appeals have been heard by the judicial committee of the Privy Council in the cases of the National Bank of Australasia versus Morris, and the Pacific Steamship ...

    Article : 69 words
  32. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Mr. Shiels, the Premier, accorded an audience to a deputation of the unemployed on I Saturday morning. The deputation urged him to institute a labor bureau, and also to ...

    Article : 975 words
  33. THE EARL OF STAFFORD.

    The Earl of Stafford, who is 62 years of age, is seriously ill with influenza. ...

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  34. THE QUEEN AND HER COURT.

    The Queen has granted authority for the first levee of the season to be held at as early a date as convenient after Easter at St. James's Palace. The prescribed ...

    Article : 62 words
  35. COMMERCIAL.

    The total quantity of -wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,394,000 quarters, being 60,000 quarters less than last week. There is no Australian wheat in the ...

    Article : 230 words
  36. THE FAMINE IN RUSSIA.

    The starring peasantry in Russia are migrating in thousands to the towns, and one result of this movement is to increase the danger of infection arising from the ...

    Article : 59 words
  37. CANADA AND THE STATES.

    Negotiations between Canada and the United States for the establishment of commercial reciprocity are proceeding and will probably be brought to a ...

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  38. DESTRUCTIVE BUSH FIRES.

    A very destructive fire occurred last nigh on the ranges surrounding the town of Tumberumba, in the Upper Murray district. A large area of grass country, which is just now folly stocked, has been burned and miles ...

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  39. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The ship Hinemoa, which arrived from London en Saturday morning, brings 19 tons of gunpowder and 4 3\4 tons of cartridges. A serious conflagration was averted at the ...

    Article : 365 words
  40. THE VICTORIAN MINISTRY.

    Mr. Shiels has succeeded in forming a Ministry, and the team, so far as is at present known, will fill the offices as follows :—Mr. W. Shiels. Premier and Treasurer. ...

    Article : 147 words
  41. AN AMBITIOUS YANKEE.

    At the City Court on Saturday morning Duncan McDonald was charged with insulting behavior. The accused planted a flag bearing his name on the centre of the lamp post ...

    Article : 100 words
  42. COUNTRY TELEGRAMS.

    About 50 or 60 men, who have been employed ballasting on the North line between Burra and Hallett and in the Government quarries here, were suspended from work ...

    Article : 204 words
  43. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS.

    An adjourned meeting of the shareholders of the Freehold Investment and Banking Company of Australia was held at the Athemeum Hall on Saturday morning, when a report was ...

    Article : 160 words
  44. SYDNEY TUG-OF-WAR.

    The international tug of-war contests promoted by the Messrs. McMahon Brothers were commenced on Saturday night in the Darlinghurst Hall in the presence of several thousand ...

    Article : 91 words
  45. CHIEF JUSTICE WAY.

    His Honor Chief Justice Way, of South Australia, is a passenger by the Changsba which is expected to arrive to-night' from China. ...

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  46. THE MOONTA MINES.

    At a meeting of the Moonta miners on Saturday it was decided to submit a number of questions to the directors regarding the specifications and agreements. ...

    Article : 160 words
  47. VICTORIAN DAIRY RETURNS.

    Mr. Wilson, dairy expert, has just furnished , his annual report to the Minister of Agriculture. The report shows that the number of factories and creameries erected or in course of ...

    Article : 237 words
  48. TASMANIAN FINANCE.

    The Premier has received an important dispatch from Sir E. K. C. Braddon, the AgentGenoa], which briefly summarises the financial movement in London as affecting Tasmanian ...

    Article : 131 words
  49. Mew South Wales.

    Petitions are being largely signed in the city and suburbs and also in many country centres, asking the Legislative Council to throw out die recently passed Customs Duties Bill ...

    Article : 106 words
  50. PROPOSED LABOR ORGANISATION.

    A proposal has been made for the amalgamation of the whole of Australian bush labor, station hands, and shearers into one immense organisation. The conference of ...

    Article : 110 words
  51. West Australia.

    The Government intend proceeding with a number of public works now that they have secured a portion of the loan recently floated. The Perth City Council also purposes ...

    Article : 93 words
  52. SEIZURE OF STOCK.

    Yesterday the police seized 23 head of cattle, three horses, and one foal for a breach of the Customs regulations in importing cattle into South Australia from Victoria without notice. ...

    Article : 51 words
  53. FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR CLARE.

    The police were informed this morning that the body of a man was lying on the main road six miles north of Clare. On the officers proceeding to the spot the body was ascertained ...

    Article : 70 words
  54. QUEENSLAND LABOR QUESTION.

    Telegrams are coming from all parts of the colony expressing approval of Sir S. W. Griffith's intention of extending the term for the employment of black labor another 10 Tears. A large number of sugar properties ...

    Article : 64 words
  55. NEWSPAPER OFFICE BURNED.

    The Express newspaper printing office at Wagga Wagga was destroyed by fire between 5 and 6 o'clock this morning. The flames were noticed ascending from the roof, and on the ...

    Article : 95 words
  56. FIRE AT MOUNT GAMBIER.

    A fire took place about 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon at the dwelling-house of Mr. Vincent Stuckey, about a mile to the east of the town. A portion of the building, built of wood, was ...

    Article : 78 words
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